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Sherri Sager of LPCH elected to Joint Venture board

 

Sherri Sager headshotSeptember 18, 2015 – The Joint Venture board of directors today elected Sherri R. Sager, Chief Government and Community Relations Officer for Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital, as its newest member.

Sager, who has been with the hospital (LPCH) since 1994, oversees relationships and partnerships with elected and appointed officials, policy makers, healthcare providers, business leaders and industry trade associations as well as families, community leaders, members and organizations.

Sager has more than 30 years of experience in government. She has worked on the staff of elected officials at all levels of government, managed political campaigns and served as a volunteer on city and county task forces and commissions. She is or has been active on numerous statewide boards, committees and task forces as well as community and civic organizations.

Sager has a BS in political science from Santa Clara University and a Master of Public Administration from San Jose State University.

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